Las Vegas CCW Instruction

This is a discussion on Las Vegas CCW Instruction within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by swinokur Very nice. Clark County makes this pretty easy. I was impressed how easy it was. It was just about the same ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by swinokur View Post
    Very nice. Clark County makes this pretty easy.
    I was impressed how easy it was. It was just about the same as Douglas CO CO except we don't number the windows and the volume is lower.

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    The other nice thing is the showgirls have to get their work permits there so if you aren't too early there's some eye candy as well.

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    I noticed. Maybe I could get several different permits at the same time. Then I could work for Chipendales or deal cards at Ceasar's Palace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skot View Post
    Yep, that is the right place to turn everything in and get printed. Make sure you have the right form of payment. If I remember correctly they only take a check or money order, but no cash or cards (double check to be sure).

    I took my class at American Shooters.
    CASHIER'S CHECK or money order payable to LVMPD and no other form of payment is accepted.

    Fingerprint bureau is just the opposite. They ONLY accept cash and the fee is $11.00 per extra print.
    I have a perfect body. It's in the trunk and starting to stink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squawker View Post
    Sorry to hear that you had a problem. However, I took my class at The Gun Store, and there was no problem. The information presented was correct, and the class went well. he instructor was certified in Utah ans Florida as well, and I was able to get all 3 CCW permits because of t. While I don't travel a lot, I do go back home to Virginia periodically (although since my mother passed away last month, I probably won't go as often). Because of the Fla and/or Utah, I could carry in Va during all f my trips the past 3 years.
    No disrespect intended but how would you know there was no problem with your intruction? These guys routinely pass themselves off as something they are not. PM if you need specifics.
    There is no such animal as a "certified Florida instructor". Florida requires only proof of familiarization with firearms and firearm safety. Recenty, Florida has become a little stricter in regards to what they will accept as proof of training. The Gun Store's certificate of completion is accepted as is mine. Mostly, because I include my NRA Instructor number and both of our certs spell out what you were trained on including statute references.

    I'll will give you a FREE renewal class if I can't teach you AT LEAST 3 CRITICAL pieces of information that those guys either taught wrong or omitted altogether. How's that sound?

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    Kurt,
    Sounds like you are getting the old saying"How do you know what you don't know"? I took your class and could be more pleased, you also taught me some valuable lessons on what to expect/do if heaven forbid I had a defensive shoot. To the average person it isn't so much common sense.

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    I too took Kurts class. +1 to Kurt

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